Vicmill Natural Fertilisers' Micro Tech HUMAPHOS 6-6-6 Humate fertiliser is specifically formulated to address the complexities of both acidity and alkalinity on turf soils and its influences on nutrient availa-bility The diversity of turf plant species and their nutritional requirement is reflected in the elemental analysis of this humate fertiliser.
The analysis of Micro Tech HUMAPHOS 6-6-6 reflects a harmonious balance of critically desirable (N) NITROGEN responsible for vigour (P) PHOSPHORUS which is essential for root development and transformation of solar energy into chemical energy and (K) POTASSIUM which in brief supports the building of the the plants cellular structure, encourages the manufacture of plant proteins and aides photosynthesis.
The presence of these major elements directly influences the plants susceptibility to atmospheric and soil temperature variations .The plants ability to resist disease will invariably depend on its immunity to soil bourne contaminates such as (Na)Sodium , synthetically derived salts,(Ai) Alum-nium toxicity, organo chlorides or pathogens which may inhibit the uptake and movement of not only these essential major elements but as importantly the minerals and lesser minor elements and their primary functions within the plant via the root zone, which as a measure of severity cannot be separat-ed from soil biological health.
Therefore the analysis of Micro Tech HUMAPHOS 6-6-6 has been formu-lated in bacterially friendly sulphate and citrate soluble forms of nutrient for more naturally vig-orous summer active plant varieties requiring highly digestible yet chelated elements and minerals for more sustainable growth and vital-ity during the warmer months.
allSPORTS Micro Tech HUMAPHOS 6-6-6 is ideally suited around sporting grounds, parks and gardens, fairways tees and greens where sustained plant vigour and vitality is desired . With no detrimental chemical residue this all round Humate fertiliser offers a sustainable and environmentally friendly alternative in turf care ,encouraging improved germination, soil moisture retention and greater colour uniformi-ty in plant vitality during periods of stress during the growing season.
|80 to 200 Kilograms per Hectare
|400 to 625 Kilograms per Hectare
|375 to 450 Kilograms per Hectare
|100 to 250 Kilograms per Hectare
|400 to 500 Kilograms per Hectare
|Pre Sow: 1000 Kilograms per Hectare
Side Dress: 500 Kilograms per Hectare